Chip-Jin Ng, MD
Chair, Emergency Department, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital
Dr. Ng is the Chair of Emergency Department and serves as the President of Taiwan Society of Emergency Medicine Board. He has a Master's degree in Health Administration. Dr. Ng served as the Chair of the Taiwan Triage and Acuity Scale National Working Group, 2006-2014. Dr. Ng has developed Taiwan Triage and Acuity scale and electronic clinical decision support tools for triage (eTTAS). In addition, he led the IT team to build an ED Information System since 2008 and created a paper free environment . He has been serially funded by Taiwan Ministry of Health and Welfare. His primary research interests include triage, development, implementation, dissemination and evaluation of evidence-based electronic clinical decision electronic decision support tools.
Chung-Hsein Chaou, MD, PhD
Associate Professor & Physician Trainer, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital
He graduated from National Yang-Ming University College of Medicine. After completing his emergency resident training in CGMH, he received Masters’ and PhD training in the field of Biostatistics and Epidemiology in National Taiwan University school of public health. In recent years, he expanded his practice and research focus to the field of medical education. He completed a Masters of Clinical Education at Flinders University, Australia. He is proficient in both qualitative and quantitative research. His research interest includes the application of statistical modelling in the field of emergency and critical care, and teaching and learning in a busy clinical setting. (eTTAS).
Ching-Hsein Lee, MD
Emergency Physician, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital
Dr. Ching-Hsing Lee is a board certified Emergency Physician and Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Physician in Taiwan. He is currently the Chair of Emergency Department of Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Keelung Branch in Taiwan. He is the member of Education Committee, Public Affair Committee, Physician and Patient Relation Committee, and International Emergency Medicine Committee of Taiwan Society of Emergency Medicine. He has been Assistant Professor of Medical College of Chang Gung University in Taiwan since 2014. Dr Lee is the founder of Emergency Medicine Residents Network (EMRN), the largest social media group on Facebook dedicated to Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAMed), international networking and collaboration between Emergency Physicians in Taiwan. Dr. Lee’s research interests include development trend of medical specialties, networking and collaboration patterns between physicians.
About the hospital:
Linkou Chang-Gung Memorial Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine is the largest and one of the busiest emergency departments in Taiwan. Our department is dedicated to provide efficient and high quality emergency care since it was found in 1978. The annual visit of LCGMH ED is approximately 180,000 patients, and with this amount of patient we are still able to keep the average time to see a doctor in less than 15 minutes. As part of LCGMH’s mission is to provide high quality medical education, our department has also been a pioneer in educating all levels of learners within the EM field.